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Reviews by woodychandler:
4.14/5 rDev +16%
Transcribed from undated notes from Spring, 2011.
I do not seem to get in here enough, simply because I do not frequent this part of downtown. They have a long windowfront along East King Street made remarkable by a Guinness sign, but which is otherwise unobtrusive. The entry was on the east end of the building and opened onto a long vestibule. Once through the twin doors at the other end, the m.d.s. was to the immediate left with the long bar to the immediate right. The bar ran a good two-thirds of the space, broken only by a glassed-in cabinet that sat in the middle of the space under a most impressive stone archway. The wood bar and the wood and mirror back bar(s) were recent (within five years) designs, but they looked much older. The whole interior exuded a warm, comfy feel. Booth seating with high tables and chairs ran along the exposed-brick left wall aft of the m.d.s., ending at the working fireplace which was fronted by leather chairs. On the other (south) side of the stone archway was a staircase leading to an auxiliary bar area and their offices. Past the staircase was a set of steps that led down to the lavatories. The server's station was just aft of the bar, followed by a series of standard restaurant tables and chairs along both walls, ending at the entry to the outdoor patio area. This area was complete with tables and chairs and its own bar.
Service: Just ask for Frank the bartender and all will be well.
11-09-2011 17:28:45 | More by woodychandler
More User Reviews:
2.6/5 rDev -27.2%
I am a native to the area, and I like this pub. Since they opened, my friends and I would return from out of town and we would always stop here. In the past few years, it has declined in standards and service substantially.
Recently, it changed ownership, and we are all hoping that things will improve, but, so far, the service remains abysmal.
06-21-2014 02:45:26 | More by Lancbeerguy
3.59/5 rDev +0.6%
I have only been here during lunch times, but I have been reassured the dinner menu and meals are pretty damn good. Overall, the beer menu is pretty decent. It's a place I haven't been acquainted to that often. I hope to return to provide a better review or an updated review.
10-29-2013 12:53:11 | More by Buller38
Annie Bailey's in Lancaster, PA
85 out of 100 based on 17 ratings.